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How to port desktop applications to .NET Core 3.0

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    Doctor Who
    When Alia starts the conversion of the WinForms game from .NET 4.5, she starts by unloading the project from Visual Studio. However, it is still within Visual Studio. Is she working with VS 2019?
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    Datadude08
    Scott and Olia, I really enjoyed the video. I do have some hopefully constructive feedback on the presentation however. It seemed that Scott was talking over Olia frequently and it made the video seem somewhat disjointed particularly during the demos. It seemed like Scott wanted to really do all of the demos himself and proceeded to do a bit of "backseat" driving at times. Overall though, very good content. Keep up the good work guys!
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    oliagavrysh
    Doctor Who, thanks for the question!
    Yes, I’m working in VS 2019. But you can unload a project in any VS. When you do it, in the Solution Explorer you will see just one line saying “MatchingGame (unloaded)”. When you right-click on, the option “Edit MatchingGame.csproj” becomes available (it was not there when the project was loaded). That is only for old style project files. For the new SDK-style projects the option “Edit MatchingGame.csproj” is always available on the right-click on the project in Solution Explorer so there is no need to unload a project.
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    DevduttaBain
    Hey Olia, Can we get the project files shown where the game converted to an WebApp? That'd be very helpful.
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    geeyef
    Scott, aside from Blazor, is Microsoft looking into something like Ooui (https://github.com/praeclarum/Ooui).
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    Dinerobits
    I am very hopeful with the performance improvement of .NET Core 3.0 and the future use of IOT-based applications. I think the future is there.

    Many thanks Scott and Olia for the information :)

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